Management and Radio Resource Management in the WWI System Architecture

A Schieder, E Tragos, Andrej Mihailovic, A Kaloxylos, M Prytz, O Strandberg, J Luo, J Mikola, K Daoud

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This paper discusses Mobility and RadioResource Management in the context of the network reference model under development within the Wireless World Initiative (WWI). WWI is a collaboration of five large-scale Integrated Projects partially sponsored by the European Commission’s sixth framework program. These projects tackle different aspects of a future B3G network architecture, namely a future radio interface, a harmonized network control layer, an
advanced service layer as well as required enablers and management functionalities for End-to-End reconfiguration across all layers. The contributions presented in this paper reflect the current discussion taking place between these projects to agree on a common reference model for a B3G
network architecture.
This paper presents the different project’s contributions to such common network architecture and presents a first proposal for a combination of these contributions into a single functional architecture shared between all WWI projects.
The material presented in this paper is proposed to get included in the WWRF WG3 white paper on the “WWI System Architecture”.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationWWRF17
Subtitle of host publicationWorld Wide Research Forum, Meeting 17, 2006, Heidelberg, Germany
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2006


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